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Speech Therapy -> Executive Function -> Attention
The ability to focus on one of more specific items/tasks. Varying types of attention include Sustained Attention, Selective Attention, Divided Attention, Alternating Attention, Visual Attention, and Auditory Attention.
Communication/Interaction Development At Mealtimes For the Multiply Handicapped Child: Implications For Use of Augmentative Communication Systems 1Author: Morris, S. - The mealtime setting can be creatively used by the speech-language pathologist to increase the positive interactions between the child and caregiver and to establish the basic prerequisites for the development of communication. Specific program suggestions are provided to enable the speech-language pathologist to utilize the mealtime setting to integrate both vocal and nonvocal communicative objectives.
How Attention Affects Speech and Language Development 0Author: Kids Creek Therapy - Without the ability to pay attention, children miss out on communication opportunities, and as a result they also miss opportunities for learning.
- Fairytale Villains 2
- Famous Fairytale Characters 2
- Dragons Word List 7
- Fairytale Word List 7
- All About Me Question List with Additional Prompts 2
- Kiki's Food Songbook 7
- Fairytale Characters Word List 2
- How to train your dragon 2
- Compensatory Strategies for Organization and Recall 1
- Dragon Hunter Short Story 2
- Monster Story: Werewolf, male 7
- Winter Multisyllabic Words in Paragraphs 1
- Monster Story: Sasquatch, female 6
- Questions related to The Full Hunter’s Moon in October 8
- Afternoon and Evening Routine Word List 1
- All About Me Activity List 1
- Fine Motor Activities 0
Visual Schedule Cards
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder marked by an ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development.
- Eric will retell a narrative, recalling 80% of details given minimal cueing across 3 of 5 sessions. 0
- Horace will attend for 5 minutes on clinician-directed non-preferred activities with 80% accuracy, given moderate cueing, across 4 consecutive sessions as measured by weekly data collection. 4
- Given decreasing cues, Elisha will listen to a statement or question and identify if the grammatical patterns used in the phoneme are correct or incorrect and will provide the correct word to repair those utterances identified as ‘incorrect’ with 90% accuracy over 3 consecutive sessions to improve overall expressive and receptive language skills. 2
- Pierre will respond to his name with/without prompting with 80% accuracy 3/4 consecutive data days as measured by data collection to demonstrate attention skills as well as the skills necessary to be successful in a classroom environment. 1
- Allie will attend 3 different activities for a minimum of 3 minutes with no challenging behaviors across 3 of 5 sessions. 0
- Morris will recall short words (approximately 4-6 phonemes in length) verbatim with 80% accuracy across 5 consecutive sessions to demonstrate attention, working memory, and/or auditory awareness skills. 2
- Marilyn will participate in play-based activities with another person for 3-5 minutes using objects appropriately with eye contact and attention with 80% accuracy across 5 therapy sessions as measured by clinician data and observation to increase language abilities. 2
- Eric will sequence 5 details for one story given minimal cueing across 3 of 5 sessions. 0
- When given verbal, visuals or gesture prompts, Teri will use 2+ words to describe a picture with 80% accuracy, over 3 consecutive sessions, as measured by observations, data collection and/or standardized testing to increase expressive language skills. 1
- Jestine will participate in turn-taking activities with minimal prompts with peers or adults in 80% of opportunities across 3 consecutive therapy sessions as measured by weekly data collection to demonstrate attention skills as it relates to executive function. 4
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Use this visual of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich as a final product to work backwards to figure out what ingredients are needed and the steps needed to prepare it.
This is a time management chart to send home with parents to aid in creating a homework schedule. This was created while I worked at The Autism Program, see below for website and details.
A basic concepts book with 25 pages of all black and white more/less options, sentence strip/pronoun activities, worksheets and vocabulary cards.
Gabriella Cousino, M.S., CF-SLP
Feeding 101 Caregiver Handout: includes 6 non-food sensory activities to do with your child at home.